EXPERIENCE SUMMARY
JACK E. COLE, JR.
SENIOR CONSULTANT
C*C SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE
Seeking challenging system support consulting assignments.
Education:

     AB Biology, Dickinson College
     Graduate courses math, chemistry, data processing, biology, psychology
     San Diego CC, San Diego State University, Shippensburg State College

Experience:

     Over thirty five years in Programming, System Analysis, System Design,  Installation, System Management,
     Technical Support, Project Management, Consulting, Education
    
Employers:

     MENTOR, Vitro Corporation, Micro Innovative Technology,  ManTech International,  Systems Management
     American, Alta Technology, Rohr Marine, San Diego Community  Colleges, SD University Hospital, NAVY

Hardware:

     UNISYS (Burroughs): A Series, V Series, B19xx
     IBM: 360, 370, 30xx, PC
     Univac: 90/70, 1100
     DEC, HP, Harris, Honeywell, CDC, Micros

Languages:

     COBOL, BDMSCOBOL, RPGII, FORTRAN, BASIC, PASCAL, CANDE, SPSS, Assemblers, WFL, TSO,
     PANVALET, CICS, AZ7/IOF, TOTAL/DMS, DMS/II XGEN, MS-DOS, OS/2, Windows NT, dBASE,
     VOS/VULCAN, VMS,  Networks, MUSE, SPF/ISPF, UNIX, CPM, Lotus Notes, HTML
    
Applications:

    Conversions, Inventory, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable,  Banking,  Engineering  Support, General
    Ledger, General MIS, Job Accounting Systems, Hospital Systems,  Prepaid Phone Cards,  Sales Systems,
    SNAP I, SNAP II, SUADPS, small business accounting packages
      
Industries:

    DP, Government, Education, Medical, Banking, Distribution, Retail, Telephone Cards, Legal

General:
    Member AAMA (American Academy of Medical Administrators)
    Top Secret Security Clearance, US Navy Reserve, E9  
                                                                
                                                          
In 1973 I started a small computer training course for the San Diego Community College District.  We began with
programmable calculators and graduated to microcomputers when they were invented.  We had a very successful
job training program in data entry as part of this program.  I taught full time with the District until 1979 and part
time until 1983 when I moved East.

Starting in 1979 I worked for several defense contractors primarily on US Navy projects.  In one week, I used as
many as 13 different computer systems.  This experience has given me a very good general computer background.
I feel comfortable working with PC's, minicomputers and mainframes.

In 1973, I opened C*C SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE  with the cooperation of Wang Laboratories for whom I did
contract programming.  The business was a part time venture that satisfied the State of California requirement for
vocational teaching certification.  After returning from Desert Storm service, I began full time consulting under
this business name.

My Naval Reserve career has had many interesting facets.  I was a Hospital Corpsman who spent 18 years with
Marine Corps units.  Being a Hospital Corpsman taught me to be resourceful and inventive while remaining
calm in emergency situations.  Being with the US Marines taught me to overcome the odds by persistence and
ingenuity.

My personal interests tend towards music and dance.  I teach Scottish Country Dancing and perform with several
groups in New York City.  I sing with the Oratorio Society of New York which gives three concerts at Carnegie
Hall each year and with a gospel choir at 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church.  In my "spare" time I read science fiction.

You may contact me in several ways.
    Mail:    PO Box 850 Planetarium Station
               New York, NY  10024-0540
    Phone:    (212) 330-7643  Message
    E-mail:    hmcm@aol.com




Last updated 18 February 2010.
Copyright © 2000-2010 Jack E. Cole, Jr.


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